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dids' overuse of iphones. the california state teachers retirement system. they site a number of detrimental affects. being less attentive in class, not getting enough sleep. higher risk of depression and suicide. shareholders want app toll add more sophisticated parental controls. it reminds me of a meeting i was in h. i said in my house, we're waiting until 8th great before a smart phone. these executives looked at me like i was holding my children back from society by not letting grade schoolers. >> my sixth greater has an iphone does yours? >> no. >> aduc -- "early start" continues right now with the question will oprah run for president in 2020? -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >> the reality is that the
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president is a political genius. >> president trump is completely capable of working alongside of us. >> the president's backers defending his fitness to serve but did the president's own tweets hurt his cause? >> for too long women have not been heard or believed if they dared to speak their truth to the power of those men. but their time is up. >> a new day is on the horizontal. oprah winfrey's powerful message. is a political run in her future. >> a lot of buzz last night about that speech. >> there sure was. it was a fascinating contrast, but no clue yet if that happens. good morning and welcome to "early start." after a very intriguing golden globes. >> it is monday morning january 8. we have reports this hour. water main break in jfk.
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we're going to get you caught up to speed on everything. let's begin with politics. top aides to president trump and the president himself forced to defend the president's mental state this weekend. the release of a book full of n unflattering anecdotes sparking and uncomfortable interview. many anecdotes coming from steve br bannon. stephen miller slashing bannon and michael wolff's book as poorly written garbage. >> one of the other tragedies of this grotesque work of fiction is its portrayal of the president, and the reality is the president is a political genius. all these so called political geniuses in washington, whether it about the big lobbying firms or -- >> the only person who's called himself a genius in the past week is the president. >> which happens to be a true
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statement. a self-made aboutle nabillionai >> i'm sure he's watching and -- >> jake, you can be condescending. >> a lot -- >> i'm get to go the issue. the president's tweets absolutely reaffirm the plain spoken truth. >> he needs a nickname. the here are the tweets. on saturday morning the president slammed democrats for taking out the old ronald reagan play book. being like really smart. capped off a list of his achievements saying i think that would qualify as not smart but genius. and a very stable genius at that. hashtag, stable generaliouius. >> then he went before the cameras with the show of solidarity and defended his mental state. >> i went to the best colleges -- or college.
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i went to a -- i had a situation where i was a very excellent student, came out and made billions and billions of dollars, became one of the top business people. went to television and for ten years was a tremendous success, as you probably have heard. ran for president one time and won. >> it is worth noting that as a private citizen, trump questioned president obama's sanity back in 2014. he questioned the president's sanity for allowing planes to friday to the u.s. from countries affected by the ebola outbreak. >> while you were sleeping the 75th golden globe awards, many wearing black to show support for women who have suffered abuse. the ceremony itself focusing less on awards and more on empowering women. this was the first major award show since addressing sexual harassment in the fall. >> some of the most powerful words from oprah winfrey. she accepted her award with a
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message to young girls watching at home. >> i value the press more than ever before. as we try to nav gaigate these complicated times, which brings me to this. what i know for sure is that speaking your truth is the most powerful tool we all have. and i'm especially proud and inspired by all the women who have felt strong enough and em poured enough to speak up and share their personal stories. for too long, women have not been heard or believed if they dared to speak their truth to the power of those men. but their time is up. so i want all the girls watching here now to know that a new day is on the horizontal. and when that new day finally
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dawns, it will be because of a lot of magnificent women, many of whom are right here in this room tonight, and some pretty phenomenal men, fighting hard to make sure that they become the leaders who take us to the time when nobody ever has to say me too again. >> and that, ladies and gentlemen, has a lot of people wondering this morning if oprah's speech could be the start of a political run. after the globes her partner told the los angeles times it would be up to the people but quote she would absolutely do it. le. >> in october oprah said there would be no running for office for me. of course time will tell. as for the awards it was a big
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night for female driven films and television shows. the marvelous -- new ways. >> on the film side, lady bird won for best music comedy while three billboards outside missouri won for best motion picture. he is amazing. also terrific. he is now the first asian to win the award. his acceptance speech was so great. all of these fantastic people around me allow us to make a great show. he was really great. >> and part of the heros ceremony. let's bring in -- including what
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that l.a. times reporter heard from steadman about would oprah winfrey run. you also tweeted the president from years back oprah will do just fine with her network. the she knows how to win. interesting tweet from -- there's always a tweet for that about this president. will oprah winfrey run for president? will that be the conversation as we move forward? >> that will be the conversation at least this week. i can't say a that's going to continue considering how the new cycle changes so drastically. also you have to wonder what would her policy flat forms be other than like free health care. other than you get health care, everyone get es health care. >> or a new car. i take it with a little bit of grain of salt because for liberals in particular it's a wishful thinker.
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i've heard kid rock for senate. every couple of weeks there's a name out there. donald trump, the reality show star could be president, maybe x to be president. >> well that's the thing. we're trying to combat president trump with any other tv star, actor, reality series star just to combat his personality on the campaign trail. you have to think of these teflon figures, he's been dubbed that for a reason. everything that comes after him bounces off. oprah winfrey might be the only counter to president trump that we can think of in 2020 but again, again, a lot of people argue that oprah winfrey is already queen of america so why should she demote herself to president of the united states. >> i can't imagine she wants to get involved in the political conversation in this country, but we shall see. the conversation in politics it's not about oprah is about the stability and fitness of the president for office. because of this fooir and fury
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book. here's what michael wolff said about the 25th amendment being discussed by people in this administration, wolff said this on sunday. >> if i left out anything, it's probably stuff that was even more damning. it's that bad. this is -- i think not an exaggeration and not unreasonable. it's not unreasonable to say this is 25th amendment kind of stuff. this is -- >> west wing to you? >> all the time. >> they would bring it up? >> yes. they would say we're not -- in the -- either sort of in the mid period, we're not at a 25th amendment level yet. or they would -- >> that's alarming. >> this is alarming in every way. and then this went on. okay. this is a little 25th amendment
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so it is a concept that's alive every day in the white house. >> now, let's remind everyone that wolff could have done himself a lot of favors by doing some fact checking. there are errors throughout this book that would have been easily checked with a phone call or two. >> his methods -- i think they said he is to journalism as donald trump is to business. >> that is a perfect assessment, but when you talk about 200 interviews with add administration officials, some of which are on tape, how damaging is a statement like that? >> look at the fact that it's in the trump white house, president trump is known for being a liar, and probably excessively compulsive pathological liar that he surrounds himself with liars, and the fact of the matter is that a lot of individuals within the white house, whether they side with president trump or they side with the establishment, or they're not politically affiliated at all, they probably are trying to elevate their own
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platform and probably stir the pot a little bit considering the falkts that the trump white house is so chaotic right now and they want to continue that notion and narrative going forward. >> let's talk about the image that the white house and republicans try to pre ject this weekend where they were at camp david and you see the president walk out on the stage and behind him, all the leading lights of the republican party and his cabinet and then there emerges this question the president says he wants a federally driven infrastructure bill. gary cohn gave a presentation according to the post. that would trigger a trillion in private spending. there seems to be a bit of a rift on infrastructure. where are we on the republican agenda? why haven't they been able to take tax cuts and move that into the next -- success into the next thing on the list? >> right now, the central
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discussion has been on daca and securing funding for the border wall and border security. an additional $10 million for just border security. infrastructure will probably co first. the republican congress is so all over the place sat this moment trying to get so many things done at once it's kind of difficult to say what exactly they're trying to pinpoint. considering the fact they have expended a lot of political -- gop tax cuts, which they hope to see a lot of results in february. considering gt fact that's when a lot of guidance from federal agency, particularly the treasury department will be issuing that. >> considering the state of the economy you would imagine that republican led congress was hoping the president would focus
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on the economic agenda. we'll talk about that. >> you got to focus on the economic message if you're republican. >> the president was -- >> mot -- >> you're right. it was cold outside. part of jfk airport brought to a standstill by a water main break. more next. hey, need fast heartburn relief? try cool mint zantac. it releases a cooling sensation in your mouth and throat. zantac works in as little as 30 minutes. nexium can take 24 hours.
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of the original disease. i never felt i was going to die. we know so much about transplantation. and we're living longer. you cannot help but be inspired by the opportunities that a transplant would offer. my donor's mom says "you were meant to carry his story". international arrivals have returned. water poured into the arrivals and customs inspections areas. bags left behind by passengers dealing with days of weather delays ended up soaking. >> the inundation forcing a partial evacuation. power was cut off as a safety precaution. the situation left passengers furious. >> i am so angry words can't even express how i feel right
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now. >> everyone video this h because we need answers. >> so we were in h the plane for a good 20 hours. the took us out once, took us out once to eat, and then back in the plane. >> weather is set to warm up this week but don't break out the short sleeves yet. i'm looking at just in my zip code. it looks like it's going to be a 50 degree swing this week for me. >> just like that, i know. it's going to be a little misleading too because it's short lived and we're going right back to where we started. we have to enjoy the warming trend that is no store. we're watching about 80 million people in winter weather advisories. down towards parts of the southeast, main concern really for the southern tier of this region. for the northern it's a mix of snow and ice. see the disturbance pushing through. cleveland could see delays and
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dis r d disruptio disruptions. the ice accumulation is going to be the most hazard does when it comes to travel. alabama, kfentucky. the temps brutally cold. 5 on sunday morning at jfk. it broke the polar vortex event that was four years ago in 2014 when it was 6 degrees. puts it in h perspective how cold we're talking. low stretch down in the carolinas where columbia south carolina had almost a week below 20 degrees. look at the warming trend gets us back into the 60's across the south. new york city up to 50 degrees and just like that, the bottom drops out from sunday into monday.
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we get arctic air and return to low 30's for highs potentially as early as sunday. so, i know, starts off, warms up, goes right back down to january. >> 75 and sunny in l.a. they say suckers. >> we'll take a 50 on the horizontal. >> thanks. >> president trump will be on tonight when the teams face off for the national championship. georgia beat up on oklahoma. bulldogs have not played for the national title since 1983. alabama playing in the third straight national title game. sixth in the last nine seasons. >> 20 minutes past the hour. north and south korea diplomatic talks tomorrow less than a week after the president bragged about the size of his nuclear button. his u.n. ambassador is defending it. >> something that makes people
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without my rhetoric and without my tough stance and such is the stance. this is what has to be done if it has to be done. that they wouldn't be talking about olympics, they wouldn't be talking right now. >> president trump saying he is willing to talk on the phone to kim jong-un even after saying some rather inflammatory things about the north korean dictator. dep mat ic discussions between
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north and south korea said to resume tomorrow. now north korean state media trying to drive a wedge between washington and seoul. for the latest, will ripley live in seoul. what do we know about these conversations? h. >> reporter: it's really extraordinary. we're going to see something we haven't seen on more than two years. a group will walk across the military demarcation line that separates the north and south. on the agenda at least for starters, the olympics, getting north korean delegation here for the winter games. obviously the advantage for that for north korea is that their athletes can compete after actually missing a key deadline last year. but from the south korean perspective it's less likely to have a missile launch. extraordinary important for this
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country. and for the whole world. north korean state media over the weekend criticizing president trump saying these talks are between the two koreas, that outside interference would only be a distraction, clearly an attempt to try to drive a wedge between washington and seoul even though president moon and trump did speak last week and president moon praised trump saying part of the reason why pyongyang has decided to give the green light to for the discussions. of course the biggest issue, north korea's nuclear program. but the two sides couldn't be par ner apart on the issue. north korea says they're only going to grow their arsenal. u.s. and allies say they must give up the nuclear weapons. it's unclear if it they're going to lead to a diplomatic break through or go back. >> both sides clearly want a
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clean olympics. thanks. the bonanza companies have been waiting for for years. new tax law will create a $450 billion boom for wall street. that's in addition to the big cut in their corporate tax rate. this is separate. we're talking about mountains of money sitting overseas, apple, google, microsoft alone hold a combined $460 billion in h cash stashed abroad. new law will not only lower that rate but give u.s. companies a one-time tax break. some of that money will reward workers with better jobs and wages. you've seen some of those bonuses the companies have been handing out. but the bulk of that money will reward shareholders. analysts tell us $450 will be spent on stock buy-backs. 80% of the profits returned went to investors.
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that's $450 billion just from foreign profits. it does not include buy-backs. and the looming biobonanza is fuelling wall street's rally. matching the strongest first week in more than a decade. oprah winfrey this morning raising political prospects with a message for the ages last night. for young women at the golden globes. >> a new day is on the horizontal. >> and the president's tweet was like really smart. how his own words adding to critics' questions about his i fitness for office.
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the reality is that the president is a political genius. president trump is completely capable of working alongside of us. >> the president's backers defending his fitness to serve, but did the president's own tweets help or harm his case? >> for too long, women have not been heard or believed if they dared to speak their truth to the power of those men. but their time is up. >> a new day is on the horizontal. that powerful message from oprah winfrey. this morning everyone is asking
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is a political run in her future. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans this monday morning. >> i'm dave briggs. it is a delicious story but is it just celebrities talking about this? >> we'll see. >> it will certainly dominate the day. that much we know. we start with top aides for trump and president trump himself forced to defend him. the book sparking an uncomfortable interview and a series of bizarre tweets. cnn's state of the union, senior policy adviser stephen miller slashed bannon. >> one of the other tragedies of this grotesque work of fiction is its portrayal of the president, the reality is the president is a political genius. all these so called political
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geniuses in washington, whether it about the big lobbying firms or -- >> the only person who has called himself a genius in the past week is the president. >> which happens to be a true statement. a self--made billionaire who revolution niced -- >> i'm sure he's happy. >> i'm not being condescending. >> a lot -- >> i'm getting to the issue of -- >> but the president's tweets absolutely reaffirm the plain spoken truth. >> so here are the tweets miller was talking about on saturday morning sh the president slammed democrats for quote taking out the old ronald reagan play book. he touted his own quote mental stability and being like really smart and capped off a list of his achievements saying i think that would qualify as not smart but genius and a very stable genius at that. >> then trump went before the cameras to defend his mental
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state, again. >> i went to the best colleges -- or college. i went to a -- i had a situation where i was a very excellent student, came out and made billions and billions of dollar became one of the top business people, went to television and for ten years was a tremendous success, as you probably have heard. ran for president one time and won. >> couple of thinks worth noting. first, this was not trump's first run for president. in 2,000 he ran and picked up 15,000 votes in california primary. by the way, that year he was also asked who he would run with and he suggested oprah winfrey. can't make that stuff up. second, in 2014, trump actually questioned president obama's sanity for allowing planes to fly not u.s. from countries affected by the ebola outbreak. >> while you were sleeping, the 75th golden globe awards.
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many wore black to show support for women who have suffered abuse harassment or discrimination. ceremony focusing on empowering women. this was the first major award show since hollywood really began addressing sexual harassment in the fall. >> some of the most powerful words came from oprah winfrey. she sent a message to young girls watching at home. >> i value the press more than ever before. as we try to navigate these complicated times, which brings me to this. the what what i know for sure is that speaking your truth is the most powerful tool we all have. i'm especially proud and inspired by all the women who have felt strong enough and em powered enough to speak up and share their personal stories. for too long, women have not been heard or believed if they
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dared to speak their truth to the power of those men. but their time is up. so i want all the girls watching here now to know that a new day is on the horizontal. and when that new day finally dawns, it will be because of a lot of magnificent women, many of whom are right here in this room tonight, and some pretty phenomenal men, fighting hard to make sure that they become the leaders who take us to the time when nobody ever has to say me too again. >> quite a speech. many wondering this morning if oprah's speech could be the
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start of a political run. after the globes, oprah's long time partner told the los angeles time a white house run would be up to the people but quote she would absolutely do it. >> in october, last year, winfrey told cbs this morning host there will be no running for office of any kind for me. >> as for the awards, it was a big night for female driven shows. big wins, hand maids tail, lady bird, three billboards outside ebbing missouri also won for best dramatic film. >> this is us. also, ansari now the first asian for winning for master of none. >> you definitely have to put that on the list. >> let me tell you what's on the list this morning. oprah 2020 is the number one
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trending hashtag as we speak here at 5:37. >> let's ask a commentary writer at the washington examiner. to be talking about oprah winfrey running for president is that a sign of desperation wrong democrats or a sign of brilliance to put someone who is so car riz mat ic -- >> it's a bold strategy. that might be enough to put her over the edge. but when you're trying to face teflon don, the only person who can face his personality is someone the opposite of him. that might actually be oprah winfrey. it would be nice to have a candidate with some governing experience. >> oh yeah, that. >> it would be very nice. >> there's a lot there.
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it's not just the steadman comment. it's oprah september tweet. she tweeted an article that said she is democrats' best hope. do you think there's an twal possibility? >> i think it's an actual possibility given the fact we never saw donald trump running for president as a real possibility and then he shot to number 1 out of 16 or 17 candidates. the anything's a possibility in the post trump era. if not giving everyone a free car, giving them free health care. then whatever democratic positions they have i'm sure she's more of a social progressive than most like to admit and the fact she could corral and unite more people than perhaps hillary clinton could. that's positive and i'm sure it
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will work to the advantage. >> the last election was name recognition was important. let's talk about steve bannon this morning. the i wonder how he's waking up this morning trying to figure out what the ground is under his feet. bannon tries to sooth trump. wilts under attacks. what is the state of play for him today? the president is telling people it's me or him. >> right. steve bannon is right now the cards he is playing right now is to save his own behind. he's trying to keep his job at breitbart which there is a serious push to push him out given the fact he has essentially turned on the president and kind of come back and said that he regrets the delay in calling president trump or his son in any way disparaging remarks concerning gt fact that book by michael wolff has a lot of comments from steve bannon and a lot of access
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wolff got was because of steve bannon. he's not doing himself any favors. he's become the most unpopular man. no one saw this coming. it's almost as if he flew too close to the sun and got burned majorly. >> he's got to do better than his explanation. he says my comments were aimed at paul manafort, seasoned campaign professional with experience and knowledge with how the russians operate. what's quoted in "fire and fury," steve bannon said the three senior guys in the campaign when he made these treasoness and unpatriotic comments. don jr. was one of the three senior guys in the campaign he referred to. and has not taken back anything in that book. how damaging is the book when you a take it all in account? >> it's a wildly entertaining book. i have not personally read it. it is damaging obviously to the
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white house brand, as a whole. but, again, you have to remember that with president trump, a lot of things in the book seem to confirm things that a lot of us already suspected. so it's not so much damaging as it really is just a confirmation for a lot of people who already had biases against the president and for a lot of people who are supporters of the president, this is all just fake news and distraction from the real issues. >> we'll see how the president is able to take that weekend show of solidarity at camp david with his republican cohorts. he's going to be today in nashville? >> yes. and then the about big game. >> one thing, kendrick lamar is giving the halftime performance. i would keep an eye on the halftime performance any shade that might be thrown at him. >> i think you'll be live tweeting it. >> i probably will. >> i'll follow you. nice to see you bright and early.
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>> stable genius. >> you two are both stable geniuses. >> i'm stable. together we're each one. >> depending on the day and hour. thanks. >> it was cold outside and flooded inside. part of jfk airport brought to a standstill by a water main break. look at this disaster. more next.
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. all right. wall street hit another round of records friday. u.s. stocks matching their strongest first week in more than a decade. the president is celebrating. he tweeted the stock market has been creating tremendous benefits for our country no the form of not only record stock prices but present and future jobs, jobs, jobs. one small problem. the stock market does not itself create jobs. it measures how companies are doing and corporate profits have been great. one hopes that would spill into more jobs. trump's jobs record strong for 2017. 2 million jobs created during his first year in office. that number, a little bit shy of president obama's last year, and it is in fact the slowest growth since 2010. he promised to be the greatest job creator in history.
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i got to tell you, businesses do like trump's agenda of lower taxes and less regulation. we can tell you blue collar jobs are booming. the construction industry adding many jobs. weak spot has been the coal jobs. to breaking news. the a man hunt under way in washington state after a sheriff's deputyshot and killed in pierce county. the sheriff's department says the deputy was responding to an intruder call. he wound up chasing two suspects on foot. gun fire was exchanged. he was shot and later died. he has yet to be publicly identified. one suspect dead at the scene and another on the loose. >> international arrivals resumed at terminal 4 of new york's jfk airport. a water main break making a bad
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situation. bags left behind by mass enjers dealing with days of weather delays soaked. >> inundation forcing a partial evacuation of terminal 4. power cut off as a safety precaution. the situation left some travelers furious. >> i am so angry words can't even express how i feel right now. >> everyone video this because we need answers. >> we were in the plane for a good 20 hours. the they took us out once, took us out once to eat, and then back in the plane. >> port authority executive director said this is unacceptable and travelers deserve better. >> the clock is ticking. georgia and alabama square off tonight for college football's national championship. >> the president is going. coy wire live in atlanta. good morning with the bleacher report. >> good morning. the game is just and the corner.
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we cannot wait. it's all going to go down. it's the home of the college football. ticket prices for the nose bleed seats about $1500 per ticket and a suite going for 90 grand. battling it out in brand new r merced mercedes-benz stadium. saban is 11 and 0. next up is smart at uga. will he be able to take down the king? >> so much saban himself has helped me tremendously in my career but we're honored and privileged to compete against what's a great program. >> i hate to lose and i've been around him long enough and he's been on my basketball team long enough i know he hates to lose too. i think that has something to do with it. >> kickoff's 8:45 eastern. vegas has him favored by 3.5.
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talk nfl action. saints hosting carolina in the big easy. it wouldn't see the saint's longest touchdown of the season drew brees playing his former team, an 80 yard crowd pleaser. this was a slugfest. scary home as he gets hit by a 300 pounder. had trouble making it to the side lines but made his way back in the game. don't call it a comeback. newton hits his rookie fee nom from stanford. just over 4 minutes to go. in the end, saints defense. 31-26. next up for the saints, vikings in minnesota. in the earlier game the bills and their fans were circling the bwagons. they were pumped up to be playing in the first playoff
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game in two decades but the party stopped in the parking lot for buffalo with the jaguars defense sacking bills quarterback, knocking him out of the game. two interceptions in this game. it was a nasty naughty defensive po performance. jacksonville's naughty defense held the bills to three points, 10-3 was the final. now the jags taking on the steelers in pittsburgh. it will be a great one. today, the home of college football and the college kids and fans taking the benzo for a spin. >> stubhub has a pair of tickets for $2 million. lower end zone. tony romo, best quarterback in that in the booth? h. >> absolutely.
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it was a boring game for fans to watch but i thought the game was amazing, incredible defense. it's how you look at it. >> thanks. enjoy the game. >> big discussion this morning about kids and smart phones. and is it a toxic combination. there are two huge investors who own apple shares who are pressuring apple to do something about it. the details on cnn "money" stream next.
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it's that time. monday morning. let's get a check on cnn "money" stream. global stock markets mostly higher. london turned a little lower. tech stocks sent wall street to another round of record highs. u.s. stocks had their strongest performance in a decade. building off 2017 momentum, stocks grew double digits thanks to corporate profits, tax cuts, and a strong economy. the latest measure came out friday. the labor department reports that the u.s. added 148,000 jobs, a total of 2 million in 2017. unemployment remained at a 17-year lower. a mission shrouded in mystery
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for space ex. incident was built for the u.s. government. typically the secret spacecrafts involve military concern. something about national security, defense, or surveillance. parents, listen up. steve jobs, remember he famously did not allow his own kids to use an ipad. now they are pressuring overuse of kids's smartphones. two shareholders want to fight children's smartphone addiction the. the california state is teachers retirement system own $2 billion in apple stock. they cite a harmful number of affects, like being less attentive in class, a higher risk of depression and suicide. shareholders want apple to add parental controls that limit the time kids can spend on devices.
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big debate whether this is parents. parents should be monitoring all of this. >> it's not easy. >> they don't feel the tech companies give them the tools they need. i would like to be able to schult my kids's phone off. >> it is like an odometer. i don't know how much they're on youtube. is it that easy? >> i'm sure they are on more than you think they are. >> it's a problem. i'm glad someone is doing something. >> thanks for joining is us. i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. "new day" starts right now. it's all about oprah. >> his two greatest assets have been his mental stability and being, like, really smart. >> i have no reason to question it. >> plainly, we have a seriously flawed human being in the oval office. >> the allegations in this book are nothing but a pile of trash. >> we also saw steve bannon apologize as he slammed donald jr. as treasonous. >> i don't think this will immediately solve is

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